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  • Quality offspeed offerings inspire Verlander

    For four innings in Sunday afternoon's 10-5 loss to the Blue Jays, the Tigers caught a glimpse of what Justin Verlander can be. His fastball comfortably reached the mid-90s, and his offspeed pitches -- the slider and curveball -- kept the Blue Jays off balance.

  • Verlander settles in, has quality start in return

    Despite his early struggles, Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander cobbled together a quality outing in Tuesday night's 5-4, 14-inning loss after missing a start due to back stiffness.

  • Verlander set for return after bullpen session

    Right-hander Justin Verlander will start Tuesday's game for the Tigers against the Pirates, manager Brad Ausmus confirmed Sunday afternoon.

  • Encouraging signs for Verlander despite loss

    In the clubhouse after the Tigers' 7-2 loss to the Yankees on Friday night, a reporter floated a stat to Justin Verlander.

  • Verlander shows promise in first '15 start

    When Justin Verlander worked himself into a jam in the fifth inning Saturday afternoon against the Indians during his season debut, the Tigers' right-hander dialed up the heat.

  • Verlander eager, realistic for first start

    Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander will make his regular-season debut today looking to get back to where he was. But he's not looking at a few years ago so much as he's looking at a couple of months ago.

  • #TBT: Verlander recalls no-hit past

    As he readies for his return, Justin Verlander will be coming up on a memory. Eight years ago Friday, at Comerica Park, he no-hit the Brewers.

  • Verlander to make 2015 debut Saturday

    Justin Verlander, who has been sidelined since Spring Training with a right triceps strain, will make his 2015 debut on Saturday against the Indians, announced manager Brad Ausmus.

  • Verlander encouraged by solid rehab outing

    After striking out nine batters over 5 2/3 innings with an unearned run on four hits, Justin Verlander looked ready to return to the Majors. He stopped short of saying his next stop was Detroit, but his improvement from his previous rehab start made his statement.

  • Verlander headlines Tigers nearing returns

    Barring any setbacks, the Tigers will have some major pieces of their lineup returning from injuries in the near future. Perhaps the most important reinstatement will be that of Justin Verlander, who is recovering from a right triceps strain he suffered in Spring Training.


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